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people want to by in big cities. like new york. and i said what if you wanted to go to the suburbs and want a big house? no, i'll take a smaller space in a dynamic city. one thing we're seeing is the reinvention of big cities, but the other is high tech. >> i think it is really interesting, for a long time it was about silicon valley in terms of entrepreneurs, now you see it in brooklyn and across the country. >> and it is still the number one place for start-up companies, silicon valley. but number two is new york, the number two place, twitter put its headquarters in san francisco. so i think you see this new shift. what i like about this, is it offers up the city as a place not only to solve technical problems. not only to do new software, but create business models. maybe when you have an interesting guy like mayor bloomberg, or a very good problem-solver like rahm emanuel, you could actually see this combination of technology and social media solving big urban problems. and for me, it seems like a big step for our country. >> i agree with you, a great story. thank you for join
and parents with no options, just as the union said it had no other option. and like any big city population in our country, nothing is simple, a complicated system with hundreds of thousands of innocent victims. there was a big protest rally called there by the union in chicago, we start with the story. >> reporter: brian, the crowd is starting to thin somewhat, but thousands of teachers have been walking in the streets of downtown chicago. and police were so concerned about it they blocked off the street, right in the middle of this big city's rush hour, causing a lot of concern for many people. but this is right near the headquarters of where the city school administration is conducting business. and the business at hand right now is how do they get all of these thousands of teachers who are on the streets back into the classrooms. it has been a thorny issue. they had hoped in negotiations leading up to this for weeks and months that this was something they would be able to avoid, to make certain they would get the hundreds of thousands of students back in the classroom. >> what do we wan
on the layers. we're in the 40s. big cities in the 50s. later this afternoon it will be a gorgeous fall day. temperatures in the 60s from new york northward. 60s from buffalo to pittsburgh. its a definitely a cool continuation period from your weekend into monday. we will warm it up. washington, d.c., doesn't look like a lot of rain. beautiful fall weather from wednesday, thursday, friday. much of the southeast is going to be a little warmer than you'd probably like. especially florida, 80s. mid to upper 80s. the only areas that are experiencing the chilly air are the great lakes through new england. it's 96 in dallas. we have a few spots that are waiting for the cooldown. >> i've got to head west or south. >> anywhere but where you are. >> 60s in new york. goodness gracious. >>> it was a photo finish at the box office this weekend. watts clint eastwood's new movie about baseball a strike out or a home run. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. little white lie now and. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progress
. little city, big city, i feel the ice is slowly melting. ♪ little city, i feel that you're gonna pick some good ones here. ♪ here comes the city sunshine. ♪ here comes the sun. ♪ here comes the sun. ♪ and i say pick some appointments, pick some good some this time. ♪ little city, big city, i feel the city. ♪ ice is slowly melting. ♪ you're going to pick some good ones here. ♪ here comes the sunshine ordinance appointments. ♪ and i know you'll pick one good one ♪ >> chair kim: thank you, mr. paulson. >> members of the rules committee, ray hartz, san francisco open government. for a body whose membership has many law degrees board of supervisors seems to be lacking in the rule of law. the sunshine ordinance task force has been unable to meet for months, denying due process to the san francisco citizens. this was done in retaliation for task force decisions against certain members of the board of supervisors. the full board changed the recommendation of this rules committee and failed to take public comment before removing the only representative of the disabled commu
to clear the sums in the big cities and low-rent housing. that bill, as i said, passed the senate four years ago. it died in the house. the 80's congress passed the eleanor-wagner bill. the name slightly changed. it was allowed to die in the house of representatives. the banking and currency committee sat on that bill. it was finally forced out of the committee, and then the rules committee took charge. in that convention that -- here three weeks ago, they couldn't get that housing bill passed. we needed moderate legislation to promote labor harmony. congress instead passed that so-called taft-tartley act, which has disrutchted labor management relations and will cause strife for years to come if it is not repealed in the democratic platform. [applause] the republican platform of 1944 said if they were in power they would build up a strong labor department. you know what they have done to the labor department? they have simply torn it up. there is only one bureau left that's functioning, and they cut the appropriations on that, so it can't hardly function. i recommended an increase in
francisco, you know. it is much easier to break into a big city. but we are well accepted and respected because we talk straight with everyone and we have benefited everyone. >> one more question and then one final question for you. >> something my friends have talked about is this kind of bipolar attitude of what it takes to look like a burner. it is expensive, what it takes to go out there. you said that we find high levels of satisfaction in consumption. what do you think of this
considered scary, coming from san francisco, you know. it is much easier to break into a big city. but we are well accepted and respected because we talk straight with everyone and we have benefited everyone. >> one more question and then one final question for you. >> something my friends have talked about is this kind of bipolar attitude of what it takes to look like a burner. it is expensive, what it takes to go out there. you said that we find high levels of satisfaction in consumption. what do you think of this industry is growing around what it takes to fit in out there? >> everyone lives in their own world. this is pretty much how i look out there. the hat, shirt. >> this is what i wear. >> this is not expensive apparel. i would not wear these shoes. they are too nice. there will always be that attitude. i can see by your office that we are -- outift that you are a burner. if people go out there and too expensive things, that is great. if they pay money for these things, fine. we are not against commerce. in essence, when they do that, we see that as a gift to others. they are givi
ago, four big city &pmayors threatened to retaliat against chick-fil-a because obscure publication he was personally opposed to same-sex marriage.even the eds are attacking the first amendment. last spring, congress overwhelmingly passed h.r. 347. this bill givvs the secret service greater authorrty to arrest citizens for engaging in peaceful protests - even in public areas if the secret service area as "restricted."it's deeply disturbing government officials feel so comfortable attempting to restrict citizen speech.for more on this story visit behind the headlines dot &ppet. and follow us twitter aa facebook. anncr: a good job. it's the key to a good life. but it isn't always easy to find one... a vote for question seven is a vote for maryland jobs. two thousand construction jobs to build a new resort casino. four thousand permanent jobs, paying... on average fifty five thousand a year. six thousand jobs from increased tourism... and table games like blackjack and poker. add it up: it's twelve thousand new maryland jobs. but to build it you have to vote for it. vote for question se
so san jose remains one of the safest big cities in the country >> there were eight homicides in august but there have not been any in nearly four weeks >> police hope surveillance images will help track down a burglar. this break-in was on line street last month and it shows the man ringing the doorbell before finally entering the home through an unlocked door in the back of the house. if you know to this person is police would like to hear from you. and students cello goes missing from the san francisco conservatory of music but the thieves did not make a clean getaway. the instrument was taken on sunday afternoon. the father of the student posted these pictures on line of a couple he thinks might be the culprits. they entered the building empty-handed and left with a cello. the classical instrument is priced at $10,000 >> a new poll shows that mitt romney is losing ground on three swing states considered crucial for his chances of beating president obama. >> his debt in the polls come after a secretly taped video recording of him making controversial comments at a fund-rais
's safest big city but recently that is not the case anymore. >> a family is hoping for signs of a san mateo man who mysteriously vanished over the weekend. a retired firefighter was at traveling on amtrak to visit family in montreal. he was last seen near omaha nebraska by a conductor who said he appeared disoriented. >> if he was disoriented he could have fallen at all and he could be on the side of the track somewhere. >> his family says he was taking medication for heart problems and diabetes. he was scheduled to transfer trains in chicago. >> the battle over the estate of thomas kincaid continues in a court room. it pits his girlfriend against an estranged wife. to keep living at his estate. the judge also set a december 3rd date for each of them to submit a list of possessions they claim. september 23rd could become a special day for bisexuals in berkeley. it is considering becoming the first city in the country to claim a bisexual pride day to be separate from gay pride. a scare in the sky while a plane at sfo was detained at jfk airport. >> stock and holding on for dear life. a bass
and other big cities in this first big general strike since antonis samaras and his government took power in june. >> the government is adamant that it will stick to its plan, but could there be a sense in which these kinds of strikes help the government is looking for some leeway in the timetable in which it has to implement the reforms? >> i think you are right. what antonis samaras, the prime minister, will say to his european counterparts is to look at this groundswell of social unrest and fury bubbling beneath the surface and if the european partners want me to stay in power, then give me some leeway. that will be his message. he's pleading for two more years in which to cut the greek deficit. european leaders say it will really depend on whether greece quickens the pace of reform. we will know more within a matter of weeks when the greek international lenders publish their support, their assessment on how greece is doing. if it is a largely positive assessment, maybe he might get a little breathing room. maybe he might persuade angela merkel of germany and france want hollande -- fr
city, early-morning storms. the brighter the colors, the heavier the rain. avoiding many of the big cities at the current time. new york city, it looks primarily dry. a little light rain over long island. another batch of steadier rain between trenton and philadelphia. and between york and redding and harrisburg, watching an area of moderate rain. and the other spot i told you about we had some thunderstorms, it looks like they just swept through the can kansas city ar. and the lightning strikes in the north will sink down on top of you. we have tropical storm leslie out there. a large-sized storm, but it really nearly stationary, it's going to take five days, a slow-moving storm to drift up near bermuda. this could be a category 2 storm. a pretty serious hurricane for bermuda. lot of the large waves will head to the u.s. a bottom line for anyone in the eastern u.s., have the umbrella, tropical downpours this afternoon. >>> aid on the way for spain and italy, everyone wants a piece of american airlines and the current economic conditions for the tooth fairy. your "first look" at th
other city. thank you for saving my life. you truly did. sign your is, until the big one kills us all" -- [laughter] "andy." andy is with us, too. andy lives in the haight. right there. thank you for your love letter to the city. now, i believe we are ready to take a trip down memory lane and check out some of those san francisco landmark that you have made famous, mr. bennett, with your incredible voice and visit some of your longtime friends who also want to pay tribute to you today. >> dear tony, we are here to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the recording of your song and our son, -- song, "i left my heart in san francisco." what better place to be then the fairmont hotel in san francisco where you first sang your song, our song, in the venetian room? i'm going to meet you in places where you have helped us celebrate the city by the bay, so follow me down memory lane. >> ♪ going home to my city by the bay ♪ >> toni, you have been an integral part of my life, and i get emotional because it was a wonderfully happy time. so i want to thank you. >> hello. you are at the home of
of same sex marriage...are not surprisedby that big city. (mccoy) "they have to go out of town, they gotta go to alifornia, they got to go to new york, they got to go to all these different places 'cause they just don't have the ggassroots support in their own state."(rydell) "and supporrers and opponents say you can expect to see plenty of tv commercials on same sex marriage between now and election day. in annnpolis, john rydell, fox45 news at 5:30." marylands dream act... became the focus of a heated debate right here at the fox-45 studios last night night(25:50)(heated exchange) all ive heard from you is inaccuracy..........fuzzy math......its a measure passed by the legislature that would give ellgible undocumented students a chance at a college education by paying in-state tuition rates.its going before voters in november......and sparked a lot of discussion iq: sorry sir you're also proud to be an irishmanoq you must love me (x2) (x2)(2:21)(dytynia reed)it shows that you are invested in the younger generations in the residents of the state in gener. general......(9:52)(
the same thing with cycling. in the united states, many people, especially in big cities, are much more resistant to the idea, including individual motorists, not just businesses afraid of profit. i am wondering, i am not sure how much a european have met with people who are very resistant, thinking it is like socialism, people just want to
shorter day than teachers in any other big city. >> bill: you think the city made a fair offer? >> i think they offered too much. they're going broke. >> bill: the union says it's our way or the highway. then you hear the guy with the flag, we don't know exactly who that was. but obviously he's involved because he's out there protesting. look, we don't like the capitalism thing. we don't want the capitalism thing. this is what we saw in wisconsin also. remember in the wisconsin union? >> right. >> bill: dessertification by the state. there seems to be an ideological thread, not just an economic thread in all of this stuff. >> absolutely. capitalism, which has brought us most of the good stuff we have, things that work, competition is vilified by much of the country. they're uncomfortable with capitalism. >> bill: is it especially vilified within the union? >> sure. and that's part of -- everybody gets paid the same, good and bad. that's fair. >> bill: yeah, teachers we should point out people who don't live there don't want to have performance based assessments. >> they have assessments n
watchers ranks big cities by household income san jose #1 at $77,000, san francisco's second at 70,000 the next cities are washington dc in seattle and san diego median incomes more than $60,000. california's unemployment rate is high but creeping down, the jobless rate dropped to 10.6% in august down from 10.7 in july and 12% a year ago, still well above the national rate of 8.1%, the rate in san francisco dropped to 7.4% in august. >>> ahead, you don't mind more of this. say hello to 2012 national league west champion giants it is about them tonight. i'm so glad you called. thank you. we're not in london, are we? no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us monitoring your accounts for unusual activity, you could also set up free account alerts. okay. [ female announcer ] at wells fargo we're working around the clock to help protect your money and financial information. here's your temporary card. welcome back. how was london? [ female announcer ] wells fargo. together we'll go far. >>> it is
. more americans are makinggthe move to big cities..hat's aacording to new ddta from the &pmore people are movinn s &pradius of city haal.chicago i seeing the biggest downtown population boom... with neww orleans trailing close behind. researrhers believe thh move is due to people wanting to live closer tootheer jobs. purple at one baltimore school thursday...even on a ravens gam! pameday!that's because three porioles pitchers visitee st. philip neri catholic school. because st. philip neri won a 'go orange' hhllenge this month.tte kids got a visit from jason hammel, tommy hunter and troy patton... along with announcer jim buck showalter was even rd! honored as principal for the day! jason hhmmel: 29.50 (on buck as principal) "withouu a doubt. if he can get us all in line, he'll beeabbe to get these youug kidssin line."kate principal: 3.43 since buck orioles,,iifigured it was kinda fitting making him principal foo the day."troy patton: 33.18 "no ooe woold get out of line with uck as pr" principal."st. philip neri school beat out about 30 other maryland schools. ssuuents more showees
those flood waters not just the big city. >> reporter: many small towns are still reeling from isaac. about 2500 people in the state are still in shelters. in plaquemines parish, scenes like this are all too familiar. >> when i got here friday, there were so many memories of katrina. it was very emotional for a lot of people because it had that stench if you will. >> just really nasty. >> reporter: and as the broussard family cleans up they also wonder why they weren't told to evacuate before the storm. >> we are not irresponsible people. we've left for every hurricane. we never, ever stay. >> reporter: the remnants of isaac may have moved on. >> it's not over. we have a long haul. i'm hoping by christmas we're back in our house. >> reporter: but the heartache remains. so far about 65,000 people in louisiana have applied for federal disaster aid. kate? >> gabe gutierrez, continuing to report from the gulf. thank you. >>> for farmers in the midwest who have been suffering through this summer's historic drought the remnants of isaac could not have come soon enough. this weekend's storm
-term trend is down, san jose remains of the safest big cities in the country. >> on the other side of town the police union will hold a crime meeting of their own. >> this is not a political meeting. it is a community crime prevention workshop. there has been a significant increase in crime in this general area. >> why they chose this day to compete? i cannot tell you but i think it is unfortunate. >> which came first? >> i don't know. >> both sides say they were first densecity hall blinds them for blowing it out of proportion by the union says they want to downplay this. >> there are real issues and we want to be sure that residents are aware of the ways to protect themselves. >> and that was len ramirez reporting. well, gas of the buses because it is back to school in chicago. teachers there have agreed to suspend their seven day strike while they consider a tentative contract deal. they walked out last week over issues like benefits and working conditions and evaluation procedures. it will head back to class tomorrow along with the city's 350,000 public school students. >> it looked li
, and of little farm town, a big city, and our sense of allegis and belonging, we see the news, what is happening with the school, what is happening up the street. there was a fire. i understand that. we are like personal and parochial preachers, and the news has to serve that part of oz, and it does that an awful lot in pretty well, but the other part of it is the national part of it, the park that does not simply say, "let's talk about your neighborhood and where you live for a while." now, let's talk about the larger neighborhood of the whole planet, and the neighborhood has become that. when you try to talk about that, people say you are not a patriot, you are not waiving the american flag, and as you say, every politician stencils into their forehead and american flag, and it is great to be patriotic, but we also want a little picture of the planet into our foreheads as well because we all live on that planet, and that is part of where we are, and if we do not figured out how to live on the planet, the american flag will not be waiving 100 years ago -- from now. tavis: it is clearly going to
of going to school in a big city and there is only so much can you do to protect yourself. >> they want to come out and they maybe they're not in college and they feel like these people think they have it all. i want to beat the crap out of them. i want what i don't have. >> police have not made any arrests in this case. so far this year there have been four robberies on campus. as compared with five in 2011 and six in 2010. in san jose, kimberly terry, nbc bay area news. >> a major avenue in san jose is shut down. people are being asked to go indoors. a shelter in place in south san jose after someone left a suspicious suitcase near a bus stop. police arriving on the scene at 2:30 this afternoon. this is near the intersection of snell and capital expressway. you see the map here. investigators say they don't know what is inside that suitcase. the bomb unit has been called in. right now snell avenue is shut down and will remain shut down until that area has been deemed safe. we have a crew on the scene. >> we're going to bring you live pictures of a brush fire. it's burning in los angel
to customers quicker and cheaper. the company is building near big cities so it can eventually attempt to offer same-day shipping. that could be another blow to brick and mortar business like larry moon's computer store in pasadena, california. for now, he's relieved amazon's tax advantage is anyone. do you think you're going to see more customers? >> absolute. if they're in our store anyway looking at stuff the savings won't be there. >> reporter: b.j. gallagher is sticking with online shopping because it saves her time. >> i'm grateful i haven't had to pay sales tax, but, you know, my city's broke. my state is broke. my country's broke. a little sales tax from me, i'm perfectly willing to pay it. look at that "no tax." >> reporter: but her tax-free buying binge is now over. ben tracy, cbs news, los angeles. >> brennan: coming up next on tonight's cbs evening news, william, catherine are, and the controversial photos. wife catherine, the duchess of cambridge, continued their southeast asia tour, commemorating the queen's 60 years on the throne. today's visit included a look at one of the world
to the road for their vacations this fall. where are they going? big cities across the country. if labor day is any indication, the most booked hotel destinations this weekend-- chicago, new york city, las vegas and san francisco could be busy this fall. if flying is more your speed, tafari travel's president leah smith says bookings for the fall and winter are already u from previous years. >> things are definitely picking up. luxury travel is booming right now. adventure travel is booming right now. less traditional destinations are booming right now. western europe is kind of flat lined right now. we're definitely seeing more bookings right now which is fantastic. >> reporter: if you're searching the web for flights, don't expect airfares to come down anytime soon. maxim's airline analyst ray neidl says airlines have been able to push through fare increases because demand has remained strong and capacity is tight and could be getting tighter this fall especially on overseas routes. >> the leisure traveler won't be flying solo. business travel is also back, after taking a big hit during th
as stiek as it gets. everywhere from, say, kansas city to chicago, especially the big cities of the east coast. it's oppressive air out there. it's a very tropical feeling. that's why it's such a warm morning, too. yesterday we got drenched in charlotte by a thunderstorm. it's still super humid. up to the north, there are areas of rain in massachusetts, boston a wet commute for you. philadelphia, your drive for the time being, we will see addit n additional showers. some of this will try to push into northern illinois. look likes it may fall apart before it gets to chicago. and happy news in oklahoma city, thankfully, finally some rainfall for you. it didn't hit everyone. weep been one of the driest out there. tra tropical storm leslie not going to affect anyone directly. this storm could be headed for the mayor i times. >> big buzz over apple. facebook falls once given and something kind of hard to picture -- a vegetarian mcdonald's. forced first look at business headlines is straight ahead. >> coming up, the new number one in college football, the chase is over and andy roddick is all
. >> despite their efforts, the link made it tough whenever voters were in the big city. a specialist in francisco. >> the problem with san francisco is that women's suffrage as an idea was associated. >> susan b. anthony joined the provision party. a deadly idea in san francisco. liquor was the foundation of the economy. and >> anything that touched on the possibility of prohibition was greatly and popular. >> the first campaign was a great effort, but not a success. >> the war was not over. less than one decade later, a graphic protests brought new life to the movement. >> women's suffrage, the republican convention in oakland, this time it was the private sector response. 300 marched down the streets of the convention center. women were entitled to be here. >> joining together for another campaign. >> women opened a club in san francisco. it was called the votes for women club. if she could get the shopkeepers to have lunch, she could get them to be heard literature. the lunch room was a tremendous success. >> it was the way that people thought about women willing to fight for a su
for the nation's tenth largest and one time safest big city, once avoided, the police dealt with a series of deadly shootings and stabbings, prompting vigils like this one. when chief moore took the job, he had come up with an axe to deal with a $90 million budget deficit. he had to layoff 65 officers, cutting his department to 1050, we are told the city of this size should have a department of 1500. >> there's a lot of factors that kwom into play when you decide to retire. you know, some of them certainly have to do with family, and i will spend quality time with my family. >> but the police union is not believing that family is the only reason he is retiring. >> the chief and others have lost confidence in the city leadership to deal with public safety and make it a priority. >> until we reach a point where we have additional money that we can spend on hiring more officers, it will be a frustrating job. >> while politicians continue to finger point, the crime does not stop. the question is, what is next? >> tomorrow, we are having a council session specifically on the public safety chal
adds that the recent spike in crime has no lessons in san jose remains one of the safest big cities in the country. >> mitt romney is taking heat from all sides that he is not backing down despite the fact that a newly released secretly recording comments he made suggest that half the country's voters armatures in that part of the video shows from the telling the audience that the israeli and palestinian conflict is unlikely to be resolved. >> new tonight at 8:00 p.m. terisa estacio visited one old liberal magazine that lead to the running video. toccoa editors say that the video has been a huge hit for them. >> it is pretty phenomenal. we have had double the traffic of our previous day ever. >> we are estimating 5 million people are taking it in very different ways and running in very different directions. >> we released the full tape and some of these highlights. it is not our job to interpret what he is saying. the words speak for themselves. >> on the video surface two weeks ago and since then they have been working to verify the authenticity. >> we were very surprised th
lessened and san jose remains one of the safest big cities in the nation. >>> decision 2012. gop presidential candidate mitt romney is taking heat from all sides for his controversial comments secretly recorded and now released publicly. but he's not backing down. in those comments he suggests that half of the country's voters are moochers, and in addition, part of the video shows romney telling the audience that the israel palestinian conflict is unlikely to be resolved. >> they're committed to the destruction and elimination of israel. and there's just no say. so what you do is you move things along the best way you can. >> at 11:00, the grandson of former president jimmy cart serbehind the release of the -- carter is behind the release of the secret recordings. james carter the 4th says he stumbled onto the video while searching youtube. >> i do searches, regular search, just to keep up with what's being posted. just for the generic search term, romney and republican, for instance. there's a few more that i use. but it was just on one of those searches that it came up. >> kron
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